Noticing nature field trip

Eight KNPS members with a keen interest in the flora and fauna of the Park spent three hours Feb. 23 walking on snowshoes along a loop from the Riverside Campground entrance while taking the time to stop, listen, look and learn. Tracks of deer, elk, coyote, squirrels and mice were seen, and eight species of birds were heard or viewed. As the group walked up Jimmy Russell Road and back down Shapeshifter and Hoodoo View Trails, one highlight was a Hairy woodpecker doing some territorial drumming, a sure sign that spring is just around the corner. Here are photos of some of the other natural elements the group encountered: The temperature was -8 degrees Celsius but that did not deter this littl

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